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Geli Press Paris and Carnival!

Experimenting with the Gel Press and acrylic paints! Love the wonderful backgrounds they created.

Just two colors of acrylic paints and here are the results I got.

On a couple of them I placed circles punched and placed on the plate after painting.  The paint lifted, then I ran the brayer again and got a really cool effect.

This sheet has a bit of punchinella used for texture!  The prints were left to dry!

Using the Circle Background Stamp with black ink on an acrylic blockBlack embossing powder was used on the ink. 

After heating the embossing powder, punchinella and black ink was used to add another layer to the opposite side of the sheet.    

Adhere a black Bazzill Edge just off center of the card with glue.  Use ONE of a KIND Jolee's Stickers to embellish the card.... this would make a cute birthday card!

Using the Diamond Background Stamp with black ink on an acrylic blockBlack embossing powder was used on the ink.

Adhere a black Bazzill Edge just off center of the card with double-sided tape. Use a mica tile to stamp the Muse Eiffel Tower and heat emboss with black embossing powder. Then stamp Paris.  Adhere mica tile to the card with double-sided tape.  Add flowers!!!

Finally, add one of the circles used to lift paint from the Gel plate when painting to create the moon in the background!

Hope this inspires you to use your GEL PRESS!!!


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